Georgia Digital Entertainment

| January 30, 2018

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Fast-moving, radical technologies are reshaping today‘s global entertainment industry. The State of Georgia (USA) - due to its talent base, large media operations, high tech research institutions, favorable business environment and rich culture, among other factors - is uniquely positioned to meet the competitive challenges and economic development opportunities for what experts predict to be a globally proliferated, digitaltechnology-driven future, where consumers have the ability to not only be content consumers, but also be content creators.

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Daily Planet Productions, Ltd.

Daily Planet is a full-service Chicago video production company; we do content creation, editing, 3D animation, design, VFX, and live action to help clients creatively connect with their customers in social media, online and on TV. We work together with our clients to conceptualize, create, produce, design, shoot and edit in a vast array of styles and platforms. From digital content to broadcast film, corporate videos, explainer videos and digital animated video production, Daily Planet works with agencies, PR firms, marketers.

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